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  • Wna Thanks Governor Evers For Signing SB 163/AB 175 Workplace Violence Against Nurses Legislation

      WNA-supported legislation will provide criminal penalties for perpetrators who cause battery to RegisteredNurses and other nursing personnel. The Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA) wishes to convey its sincere appreciation and thanks to Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers for signing into law Senate Bill 163 and the lead authors who championed this legislation: State

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  • Registration for 2020 Nurses Day at the Capitol is OPEN

    WHAT’S NURSES DAY AT THE CAPITOL? Nurses Day at the Capitol is designed to help nurses in Wisconsin appreciate the importance of their role in influencing health policy and affecting change in their practice. The intent is for nurses to take the information learned at Nurses Day and use it

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  • WNA Legislative Update

    WNA Legislative Update- 1/31/20 WNA’s Public Policy Council has reviewed and taken a position on the following legislation introduced this 2019-2020 Legislative Biennium.  Positions are decided based on WNA’s 2019-2020 Public Policy Agenda and current Position Statements.  WNA’s Public Policy Council has been spending time reviewing legislative proposals. Below is a summary of

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  • 2020 WNA Membership Assembly and Annual Meeting REGISTER TODAY

    The 2020 WNA Membership Assembly and Annual Meeting is to be held on FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2020 We welcome you in advance to the 2020 WNA Membership Assembly & Annual Meeting.  The morning educational session, Nurses’ Role in Addressing the Opioid Epidemic in Wisconsin, has been planned by members of the

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  • GivingTuesday and WNA

    Today is Giving Tuesday. A global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities, and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide.  Please consider donating to the Nurses Foundation of Wisconsin (NFW), the charitable arm of the Wisconsin Nurses Association. By donating, you help further the

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